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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... miners. I especially liked the Janowice chamber where in 1967 six statues were carved and placed within telling the story of Hungarian princess Kinga who married a Polish duke and was given a mine in Hungary as part of her dowry. She cast her engagement ring into the depths of that mine (not sure why??) The princess's ring travelled, together with salt deposits from Hungary to Wieliczka in a miraculous way. It was discovered in the first excavated lump of ...
... to murder, that deceit wasn't the worst crime committed, but it was all I thought about for about 20 minutes. I don't want to go into more detail, it is something you need to see rather than be told I guess. We both recommend that everyone go there at some stage. A must do in life, to fully appreciate the horror. I won't write much about our next day, as it wasn't worth remembering. Just don't stay at the hostel we stayed at unless you want bed bugs and to spend ...
... depths. The residual excavations have been altered, and made into chapels, workshops and storehouses, etc. A substantial ensemble of statues and decorative elements sculpted into the rock salt has been preserved in both mines, along with an ensemble of tools and machinery. An underground tourist route has existed since the early 19th century. The two mines, which over a long period were combined as one company with royal status (Kraków Saltworks), ...
... town of 8000, which is much like Banff, relying on tourism, hiking in the spring, summer & fall & skiing in the winter. It is located in the Tyrol, or Austrian Alps. Marilyn & I spent two days riding the cable cars & hiking the various mountain trails. That is how the Austrian families spend there weekends, as most businesses are closed on Sat & Sun. It was a nice peaceful, relaxing change from the large ...
... day, after we had kissed and made up we ventured to the markets in the centre of town. It was huge and it had a massive stage set up in the middle for some acts. The market had all manner of stalls. We could buy fur hats like the Siberians wear, little wooden puppets, and all this awesome stuff if only we could guarantee it would get past customs our bags could have been full from that one day alone. One stall we did stop and purchase at had fruit on sticks that were covered ...